In the Know : Learn strategies to help your child succeed!

In the Know : Learn strategies to help your child succeed!

How are you? I hope well?

It’s almost surreal that we are already in December! This month we’ll be hosting a free parent webinar where you can learn key strategies to help your child succeed in school and beyond, and you can also learn more about the GT Scholars Bright Ambitions programme, which is currently accepting applications. Read on to find out more about opportunities that will help you and your child get ready and geared up for 2021.

Sign up for this Free Parent Webinar!
This Expert-led Webinar will go live next Thursday 10th December at 4 pm. In this webinar, you will be equipped with strategies to help your teen stay motivated and focused, and learn how to help your teen develop a growth mindset. This will also be an excellent opportunity for you to find out more about the Bright Ambitions programme if you’re considering enrolling your child in this online tutoring programme. You can register your attendance for this information-packed webinar here.

Bright Ambitions Programme: Application deadline extended!
There are only two weeks to go until applications close for our Bright Ambitions Programme. If your child is between the ages of 13-16 and is looking for an opportunity to increase their grades by an average of 2-points and gain valuable leadership skills, then this programme could be perfect for them! The programme is open to young people across England, and offers tutoring, mentoring and online courses. If you’re ready to take the first step, register your interest.

Discover how the brain really works!
Bright Minds is hosting online sessions, where each lesson explores a different area of the brain and its associated themes. The sessions have a mixture of games, fun activities, guided mindfulness practice and valuable tools that they can use at home. It’s open to young people aged 9-12 and costs £8. The next session takes place on Saturday 5 December 2020, and you can book here.

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